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to testify before congress in a closed hearing on friday. here with more, bill cunningham and michael brown. what is jure overall take on where this goes? >> i am sure, sean hannity, you would agree and michael brown would agree, this is a disastrous start to a second term. you have the cia director in a sex scandal. the commander of forces in afghanistan, sexting with a hot chick in tampa. rome is burning. the middle-east is in flames and obama is hold egg news conference with cupcakes thrown by magnolia bakery. how could this be worse for barack obama? how could it be any worse? michael, you explain to me. >> i imagine the president's pretty happy that he won re-election, 7 days ago. clearly, some of these challenges are still on his to-do list. he has a lot of work to do. but the american people have spoken. so even with all the propaganda that your side of the aisle tried to spit out on president obama, he was able to survive. not just survive. he won -- >> i think it was 51% -- >> i understand you are upset. look, i understand you are upset. but it's time to move on-- >>> all right. --
minister gordon brown. he was criticized for giving brown as a handful of dvds adds a gift in 2009 but the president has seemed far more comfortable with brown's successor david cameron. they have gone to great lengths to show their relationship is alive and well. earlier this year they took in a basketball game together in march madness but the next day the leaders took pains to prove they were on the same page politically as well as personally. >> david shares my belief that in a time of rapid change the leadership of the united states and the united kingdom is more important than ever. so, david, thank you as always for being such an outstanding ally, partner, and friend. >> as barack has said, the relationship between britain and america is the strongest that it has ever been. i believe that's because we're working together as closely as at any point in our history. >>> in a test of that alliance cameron resisted pressure from inside his own country and stuck with obama on the 2014 time line to get troops out of afghanistan. the two countries have weathered the financial crisis
>> good morning to you. i am ainsley earhardt. >> i am patti ann browne. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". >> time for the 5@5:00. with the election in the rearview mirror president obama will have to address the looming fiscal cliff before it is too late. he will talk about his plan to avoid the economic crisis. if congress fails to reach a deal on handful of issues by the end of the year. those issues include tax breaks set to expire and 800 billion in sequestration cuts. they want those owning 250,000 a year to pay more in taxes. house speaker john boehner says tax cuts are unacceptable. >> i remain optimistic we will be able to find common ground, find a way to work together. the leblgs is over. we have to get to work. >>> the congressional budgity office issuing a warning. if a compromise is not reached by the end of the year the economy could slip back into a recession. >>> law americas might not get the answers they are looking for after all about the deadly benghazi terror attacks. congressional hearings will be closed to the public. fox news learned some of
. think about the moderate republicans that ran on tuesday in blue states. think of scott brown, the former governor in hawaii, heather wilson in new mexico. they could not win because of their party's brand. heidi won. joe donnelly won. this is a one size brand contaminates all other candidates, even the ones that have no ability whatsoever in some of the exotic party. yeah, we are going to hear a bunch of people with iq's lower than room temperature say that mitt romney lost because he was not conservative enough. but i think after republicans go through their seven stages of grief, they can get to a point where they can make some changes if they will be a party for the future. >> thank you, charlie. we enjoy being here. we're trying to say something that is interesting and thoughtful and novel hours after the polls close. i hope i come close to what he said. i really wanted to come out here. i really wanted to come out here and say -- i just heard what charlie said. there is not one thing i agree with. he is absolutely wrong about everything. i never say that. we always agree
, you know they said let's pause here and you, sir, can go. they got rid of coach mike brown. the team's general manager said that it came down to, quote, looking at the record. the lakers assistant coach will fill in temporarily. >>> historic, ground breaking, a turning point. those are just some terms used to describe the vote in three states this week to allow same-sex marriage. voters in maine, maryland and washington state said yes to it. it marks the first time voters and not legislators or judges have actually decided the issue. opponents say the laws endanger the very fabric of society. joining me now is professor charles mckckinney, a sizzle rights historian. good morning, professor. thank you for joining us. >> good morning. >> so do you think the passage of same-sex marriage laws in maine, maryland and washington signal the beginning of a cultural shift? >> i think that's quite possibly the case. as we've known -- as we've seen in the past, legislatures that have tried to pass this have been less successful. so this could be an indicator of a significant shift in -- or the c
kerry you would have to replace him and maybe scott brown runs for his seat but i think john kerry or berman would be solid picks. >>shepard: on the federal reserve we hear about lawrence summers. >>guest: former clinton secretary was interested in it before better -- bernanke was tapped. and the vice chair of the central bank now, she would be the first woman to head the bank so she is probably the favorite in this game we all have to play. >>shepard: with the focus on women in the elections that would make sense on a bunch of different fronts. and the defense department with panetta saying that's it. >>guest: well, he will stay for a little bit and deal with this sequestration problem, until it is solved and you have to look at panetta's deputy and you have to look at the highest ranking member at the defense department who would be the first female defense secretary. >>shepard: at treasury, geithner has been a controversial figure. what is the thinking on that? >>guest: you have jack lew now the white house chief of staff, widely respected and knows policy inside and out and an
spending. governor gerri brown the democratic party have an opportunity now to governor pure blue and we will see how that works out and they will own it. >> that's going to end well. i think what's needed most about this election is perspective. after the 2008 election, many people, conventional wisdom in washington pronounced the death of conservatism. it was time for the republic party to remake itself and two years later on the backs of the tea party, conservatives rose again, historical gains in congress. there are some c
in new jersey, fema has x amount of dollars. i recognize those voices, we have mobilized. the brown cross has mobilized. we have 2,000 volunteers. we are servicing people. if you need help, if you need help right now you need to contact us, and the way to contact us is through the brown cross. brown cross 22012 a 22012 o*p 22012 a22012 at we want your name, and where you are. i have not seen one fema call. my kaupb aunt said she saw female. it's toxic, there is mold in the home. the houses need to be properly demod inside and out. we have the skill, we do not need contractors to take 50 jobs and take two years to do these jobs. we are keeping order. bill: let me ask you a question here. what you're saying is you've got even very little if any help. >> zero, zero, sir. bill: and you are serving the role of fema, is that what i hear you say? bill: we are the community. we are not asking for anyone to come here and do our jobs. we are completely capable -rblgs we have thcap capable, we have the manpower, the will. you can donate 90% of your donation tax-free to those individuals.
was the inspiration for the hit rolling stone song brown sugar are headed to auction. cbs tells us that the notes that mick jagger wrote to his former lover marsha hunt are going to sotheby's to being auctioned off. a set of ten letters detailing their delicate love affair around 1970 o will likely fetch well over $100,000. >> bill: why is she selling those? >> they're in some collection or some attic or whatever. they're going to the auction block. steamy details. >> did he call her brown sugar in the letters? >> i don't know. rule's have to buy them for $100 and find out. >> bill: this makes me wonder what general petraeus' e-mails would sell for. before we get -- so do we have to start there? i don't know. i want to start on something else. the story that i find most intrigueing this morning eric burns is you're married. >> yes, i am. >> bill: okay. does maria drive? >> that's one word for it. yes, she does. >> oh! >> she's a fantastic driver. she's like mario andretti. when i'm in the car when anyone
reached levels rarely seen since the 1800s. patti ann browne with breaking details from the breaking news desk. >> reporter: hi, rick. rains hammered northern an central italy for days leading to devastating flooding. in tuscany, nine inches of rain fell for hours. caused rivers to flood and causing land stlids that swept away vineyards and olive groves. four people killed. among them a woman and two men whose car fell off a collapsed bridge today. 200 people were evacuated from their homes. dozens of people took refuge on their roofs as rivers burst their banks. others were rescued by helicopter as you can see from farms that are underwater. thousands of acres of farmland are submerged as well as many stores and homes. flooding washed out secondary roads isolating several towns the railroad also has been is disrupted. army troops were asked to assist in the emergency. rain left behind record floodwaters in venice. tourists were wading through waist deepwater. others swimming through st. mark's square, some in bathing suits. palaces filled with water. 70% of the lagoon city was flooded. h
-- scott brown, tommy thompson, rick berg and tommy mcnamara. pick a direction. you want to be moderate and play around with this, you are not going to hold up. you want to go fiscally conservative, go tea party, and you might win the senate back. >> if i could answer a basic question without appalling answerrings. >> sean: but there is a big gender gap here. women in larger numbers voted for obam a. men in larger numbers voted for romney. >> so did minorities, a lot of latinos and african-americans and -- [overlapping dialogue] >> sean: to eric's point, 3 million fewer republicans voted this year than in 2008. >> real quick, the numbers, right now, as of this -- literally a couple of hours ago, 2,29800 is what obam beat romney by. almost 3 million fewer republicans voted. >> he didn't get that turnout. >> that electoral college, that's becoming an issue. there are a lot of constitutionalists who are going to yell at me for saying this. >> sean: no, no, no. you don't go with the popular vote. you don't. >> bad idea. >> romney lost by 24% and he lost the popular vote-- >>> if those 3 mil
, and whether you are white, black, red, brown, or yellow, you want to see some more green, so we think that financial dignity and financial literacy is a new civil rights issue. you don't understand the language of money, and you don't have a bank account, you're an economic slave. >> ambassador, what made you get involved in the project? >> dr. king's mission was to redeem the soul of america from the triple evils of racism, war, and poverty. >> that's more than a government proposition, and we found that we had to involve everybody in the free enterprises, and that was more money available in the free enterprise system. if we learn the language of money, as john says, and how the system works. >> how exactly what do you offer in terms of what i read from your website, there's literacy pramdz, there's help with credit, there's all kinds of things, right, for both the younger generations and adults. >> i mean, atlanta is the only international city in the south arguably because this man brought $70 billion worth of investments from the world here. we have moved credit scores 120, 140 p
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or the other so they might be willing to give up that seat potentially to scott brown who might come back in another special election. martha: they have a little bit of a cushion now which gives them a little bit of flexibility on john terry as you point out. in terms of the attorney general position, obviously heale obvious obviously eric holder has been through the ringer in the last four years. i don't think anyone would be some surprised to see him step down. any thoughts on who would replace him in he did? >> one of the people who is being mentioned and again we don't know how serious that is is janet napolitano, secretary of homeland security. she really apparently would like the job, and there is a lot of thought. and i would think if she were named, two if's, one holder has to leave and he hasn't indicated firmly that he wants to leave. secondly if she's he name named i don't think she would have a tough time getting through kofpblgt. >> jack lews chief of staff to the president and somebody who has a good deal of respect and support on capitol hill, i wouldn't think that would be
his head back and roar. and i thought, i could do that. motown, james brown, you name it. so much music. of course, hank williams. i parents used to play a lot of hank williams. that is it. >> the same. my upbringing was made into a world -- i am sure roger heard this music, but i was made to sit and listen to sinatra, of duke ellington, and when you heard ella fitzgerald sing, nobody has ever come close to her. in a sense, every young singer of the day has to be compared to her. later artists like aretha franklin, and then when i started to listen to the blues. how we wilallie wolf. roger does a great howling wolf. probably not. now using like a bird. and the guitar player is an extraordinary guitar player. often these guys in the background. i have trained to listen to the background. we share a lot of stuff. i would not call myself a musicologist. i would say i did not have any barriers whatsoever. i listened to everything. on the plane last night i was listening to niketti as i ate my spaghetti. [laughter] >> how did you all meet and decide to form a band? i had a band way bac
. >> senator brown of massachusetts lamented that -- [inaduble] >> i am glad to have the chance to respond to that. i saw during the campaign his plea for bipartisanship -- that is a big joke. it is a travesty. he was one of the most partisan people to ever serve here. he could have saved citizens united. he could have been the 60th vote on that and many things. i do not need a lecture from him on bipartisanship. he should go look in the mirror. [inaudible] >> you should never chew gum -- get rid of that. [laughter] i wanted to tell you earlier but did not have the chance. john kerry is my friend. i worked so hard for him when he was running for president. i did everything i could to help them. he came very close. there has been no better legislator that i served with. he has been way out front on issues dealing with climate change, infrastructure, bank development, many other things. i do not know any conversation with the president or anyone in the white house has had with him. any conversation i have had with john kerry, he does not bring up the secretary of anything. i'll do everything
for that seat? scott brown. host: "christian science monitor" headline -- "paul ryan returns to house -- is he ready for a bigger role in the gop?" guest: there is speculation that he is interested in staying on. he appears to be one of the few willing to take the difficult decisions, what ever the political fallout is. even the budget document, there is a bottom line, and everyone can see what the projected deficits are if these choices are made, where the cuts are. it is something paul ryan has been willing to do and that puts him in the heart of every important decision that the house will have to make this session. i think he has definitely kept himself in the heart of it. leadership appears to be willing to give him a waiver. i do not think he's going anywhere. host: dog to sit, your publication has this had lied -- bob to set, your publication has ?ck -- bob cus guest: a lot of conservatives were not criticizing mitt romney because it was close to the election, but i think paul ryan has a bright future. if he wants it, he will get that waiver from the budget committee. he also has his e
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in massachusetts. i think that i've already told you how i feel about scott brown. >> what do you think his priorities should be coming out of today's conference? >> the president's priorities are as he outlined in his campaign. protect the middle class and small business. we're one vote away from that being accomplished. all we have to do is have the house of representatives bring up our bill. we brought up their bill. it was roundly defeated. so they should do this to help the american people. all the other issues that the president has laid out a program on, job creation, we need to do that, so the president doesn't need any -- doesn't need any information from me. he knows what he's going to do. and he's pointed in the right direction. >> senator, what do you suggest -- >> last question. >> you probably couldn't hear the question. she said what do i expect from the meeting at the white house on friday and what about entitlement cuts? i have made it very clear, i've told anyone that will listen, including everyone in the white house, including the president, that i am not going to be par
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